Lighter, more powerful, and featuring higher tech, Chevrolet's newest 'Vette may just be the best ever.
Does Apple have a vision for what it wants the Nano to be when it grows up? In a portfolio of extremely consistent products, the Nano has ballooned and shrunk with each new generation.
With a free piece of software called Whited00r, users can install a custom version of Apple's iOS 5 on an older iPhone or iPod Touch. As with any hack, users should proceed with caution.
Tufts University creates a silicone caterpillar, GoQBot, that can curl into a wheel to escape danger.
Following an upgrade in Europe, Verizon is looking to deploy 100G Ethernet to certain sections of its U.S. Internet backbone by the end of the second quarter.
Verizon becomes first backbone carrier to deploy the new 100-Gigabit Ethernet standard by setting it up across a 555-mile section of its European IP backbone network.
Interested in a new 4G wireless service? CNET tries to help consumers figure out the right plan for them.
In marketing campaigns that try to one-up each other, wireless operators are all claiming to have 4G wireless networks. So who truly has a 4G network?
LTE and WiMax are not officially considered 4G wireless technologies but they're getting close as the International Telecommunications Union takes the standardization process a step closer.
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